Eva Reynolds is a painter, art dealer, and the owner of Eva Reynolds Fine Art Gallery in Overland Park, Kansas. Voted as one of the best galleries in the United States in both 2018 and 2019 and one of the state’s top galleries for three consecutive years, Eva Reynolds Fine Art Gallery specializes in showcasing a selection of 20th century European and American painting and sculpture. Since establishing the gallery in 1989, she has worked with thousands of individual collectors and artists as well as helping to curate and install corporate art collections for major players in the regional and national business scenes, and has hosted a number of internationally-acclaimed touring retrospectives and complementary cultural events, including opera performances. Born
Since 2019, Antronette Robinson, MSN, RN, has been both the nursing director at the Community Care VA Hospital and the owner of Maestro Coffee Shop, Sacramento’s only Black-owned independent cafe. A United States Army veteran, she took an interest in the military while caring for her younger sister, who planned to join the Air Force. Ms. Robinson enlisted in 1999 and spent the next 12 years as an Army critical care nurse, rising to the rank of first lieutenant before her military retirement. She earned her Associate of Science, and registered nurse and advanced practice registered nurse certifications from Anolt Valley Community College and continued her education at California State University, which awarded her a Bachelor of Science in nursing.
Maria Scunziano-Singh, MD, NMD, is a board-certified internal medicine practitioner, primary care physician, and the co-owner of Access Healthcare, LLC, where she has seen patients since 2001. Her interest in medicine began in childhood: her mother, Natalie, lived with multiple sclerosis, and Dr. Scunziano-Singh remembers “having to reverse roles with her practically as soon as she knew who her mother was.” Much of her childhood was spent either around her mother’s doctors and caregivers, or helping to care for her mother herself, and she describes both wanting to help her mother and growing up quickly because of it. She earned her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1993 from New York Medical College and completed a residency in internal medicine at
Olivia M. Tourgee, Esq. is a law clerk and associate attorney at DLA Piper LLP, one of the world’s top international firms, where she has practiced since 2019. A specialist in corporate law and white-collar crime, she primarily handles cases relating to securities fraud, corporate fraud, and insider trading. She is deeply involved in working with partners of the firm as well as the SCC and Department of Justice in addition to reviewing case documents and providing in-depth legal writing and research for clients. Her recent cases have included representing a large biopharmaceutical company in a joint United States Department of Justice-Securities and Exchange Commission investigation, a regional public transportation department’s infrastructure expansion project, and a class-action suit against Kansas
Since 2012, Lindsey Brumfield has been the senior accountant for Cox Automotive, Inc. and the senior analyst and finance field support for Manheim Auctions. An expert in reconciliation, documentation, and deep-dive records and process evaluation, Ms. Brumfield celebrates more than 15 years of diverse financial management experience. As a middle school student, Ms. Brumfield idolized her mother Beth, a church bookkeeper, and loved to go with her to work to help around the office. She recalls wanting to grow up to do what her mother did, and that it “just took off from there.” Ms. Brumfield earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting and finance from Wright State University in 2007 after spending two years as an accounting intern for